The Victorian Government is investing $38 billion in major infrastructure and smart technology projects underway to build more capacity on existing networks - and a further $10 billion of upgrades and improvements across road, rail and port.

Modern and reliable transport will be key to maintaining our prosperity and world famous liveability as our population continues to grow rapidly and the economy changes.

Projects Description
High Capacity Metro Trains
Victoria is building 65 next-generation high capacity trains for the metropolitan network.
Fast Rail to Geelong
We're investing in detailed planning work and technical investigations to determine a preferred option for fast rail between Melbourne and Geelong. 

The preferred option will maximise benefits of a future Melbourne Airport Link by integrating it with the existing network and unlocking capacity in Melbourne’s booming west and north. 
Regional Network Development Plan The Regional Network Development Plan guides the short, medium and long term priorities needed to modernise the network - with more track, more train, better facilities and more services.
Port Rail Shuttle We’re investing in projects to take trucks off roads and connect the Port of Melbourne to major freight hubs using the existing rail network.
The Metro Tunnel We're building the Metro Tunnel to free up space in the City Loop to run more trains in and out of the city.
Level crossing removals

We're removing 75 dangerous and congested level crossings to improve travel and get you home safer and sooner.

We've done a rigorous analysis to support this $6.6 billion investment in removing level crossings that are slowing down traffic and putting lives at risk.

West Gate Tunnel We're taking trucks out of Melbourne's west and providing a vital alternative to the West Gate Bridge.
North East Link We're completing the missing link in Melbourne's road network to take trucks off local streets, relieve congestion in the northern suburbs and provide direct access to Melbourne Airport.
Regional Rail Revival Regional Rail Revival is a $1.75 billion package of works that will improve every regional passenger line, delivering key elements of Victoria's Regional Network Development Plan.
Hurstbridge Line Upgrade We're improving travel on the Hurstbridge and South Morang lines by duplicating the single track between Heidelberg and Rosanna stations.
Mernda Rail Extension We've extended the South Morang line all the way to Mernda to better connect one of Melbourne's fastest growing areas.
Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment The new Frankston station, designed by Frankston station design competition winner Genton Architecture, will be completed in late 2018. 

The transformation of Young Street between Wells and Beach streets was completed in October 2017 and has created a safer environment for pedestrians, improved bus operations and connections within the station precinct. For more information, visit the VicRoads website.
Monash Freeway Upgrade We're adding new lanes to the Monash Freeway, where they're needed most, to provide faster, safer and more reliable journeys for 200,000 motorists every day.
M80 Ring Road Project We're upgrading the Ring Road from the Princes Freeway in Laverton North to the Greensborough Highway in Greensborough to improve safety, traffic flow and travel times.
CityLink Tulla Widening We're adding lanes to CityLink and the Tullamarine Freeway to relieve congestion and help get you to Melbourne Airport on time.
Swan Street Bridge Upgrade We're upgrading Swan Street Bridge to help reduce congestion and improve safety and travel times for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists. The upgrade will add an extra lane for drivers heading east and pedestrian and cycling paths on both sides of the bridge.
Murray Basin Rail Project The $440 million project is standardising and upgrading 1055 kilometres of track in Victoria’s north-west to move more freight by rail, boost exports and regional economic development.
Box Hill Transit Interchange The Box Hill Transit Interchange is a major public transport hub, incorporating the bus interchange, train station and terminus for the route 109 tram.
Freight-Passenger Rail Separation Project The Freight-Passenger Rail Separation Project will deliver significant rail upgrades around Ballarat to provide faster, more reliable freight and passenger services.